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BRISTOL – The Microfibre Consortium (TMC) has urged fashion and textile industry stakeholders to better control microfibre emissions within their supply chains with a new publication outlining measures they can take to mitigate emissions at factory level.

The organisation’s ‘Control of Microfibres in Wastewater’ resource, to be shared May 6th, will detail science-based and coordinated steps stakeholders can take to combat fibre fragmentation and will be made available to signatories of TMC’s 2030 commitment and roadmap.

“To achieve substantive, long-term change in the industry we need a critical mass of action across the supply chain. Control of Microfibres in Wastewater can be a key step towards securing that, but only if companies are prepared to commit to the manufacturing guidelines within the document,” said Sophie Mather, the consortium’s executive director.

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